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What A Flurry Of Democratic Departures Means For The 2022 House Race

Of the 30 House members who’ve called it quits so far, 19 are Democrats while just 11 are Republicans. Many Democrats are abandoning competitive turf that will be difficult for their party to defend.

Republicans clear path for final vote on new Georgia congressional map

Republicans could pick up a seat by shifting the borders of a north Atlanta district currently held by Democratic U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath.

Democrats are trying to sell Biden’s agenda. But key voters aren’t paying attention

Americans are typically not highly engaged with politics in the summer of a non-election year, still exhausted after former President Donald Trump’s chaotic tenure and disheartened by enduring political divisiveness.

Why Long-Shot Candidates Are Raising More Money Than Ever

Among non-incumbent candidates running for the House in 2022, the top fundraiser is a Democrat with no political experience running in a deep-red seat in Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.

What All Those House Retirements Mean For Democrats So Far

Republican House members are retiring too, but most hail from safe districts at this point.

Can Biden Defy History in 2022?

Conventional wisdom says the Democrats are finished after the midterms. But the conventional wisdom might be wrong.

Addition Without Representation

On paper, newly released census numbers should result in increased minority representation and a Democratic advantage in Congress. But that’s not how it’s shaping up.

New spotlight on secretaries of state as electoral battlegrounds

Democrats and Republicans are preparing to pour millions of dollars into races for secretary of state in half the states next year amid a new recognition that those who oversee the electoral process can play pivotal roles in deciding an election’s outcome.

GOP Voters’ Post-Riot Departures Help Trump’s Base Cement Grip

The shifting dynamics could sway the outcome of GOP primaries next year in several states where most if not all the voters must be registered Republicans.

What All Those GOP Retirements Mean For The 2022 Senate Map

It’s only January 2021, but three Republican senators have already announced their intentions to retire in 2022. Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina, Sen. Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania and on Monday morning, Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio joined them.